Our last article on top bridal lehenga picks was so well received that so many of you requested to do a dedicated blog article on the lehenga trends of the season. How could we ignore your request?
We, at Silk and Sparkle, customise the latest trends for our clients every date. Our clients look for something beyond catalogue designs, and it keeps pushing us to work on new styles. However, when it comes to fashion, you can not fit every style into a category. Some patterns get popular with time and form a different category for themselves later. That’s the beauty of fashion, it’s subjective.
Let’s have a look at different styles.
- Kurta With Lehenga
This style is very popular with Pakistani brides. The embellished bridal ensemble mainly consists of a lehenga, kurta and dupatta. Having said that, it is gaining popularity in the non-bridal category as well. The most commonly used fabrics to create this style are organza, brocade and georgette.
- Pleated lehenga
Lehenga with crop tops is one of the most loved combinations with young women. Lehenga skirts with flared silhouette especially made in pleated style enhance the entire look. It looks like a princess gown but in two pieces. This look works well without a dupatta.
- Belt it up
Belts are the fad of the season. They are the piece of accessory of the year, as they are spicing up the western dresses to Indian sarees and lehengas. This style with belts looks equally sassy for both, Bridal and non-bridal lehengas.
- Gathers on hem
Ruffles, feathers and gathers add more grace to the elegance of a royal lehenga. This new lehenga style with the gathers on hem not only looks gorgeous but also makes for a twirl friendly outfit. Brides, bridesmaids and young girls are adoring this style so much.
- Lehenga with Jacket Blouse
Jacket style blouses have been in vogue for quite some time now. They add a contrasting element to an otherwise very tender looking style. The length and style of a jacket vary as to a person’s preference and liking. We personally like calf-length achkan inspired jackets with the lehenga or the cape style jackets that are detachable.
We would love to know your favourite lehenga style or the one you would like to try next. If we missed out on any style that you would want us to include in our next blog about lehenga styles, feel free to share them with us.
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